April 2009 Product Review
When I started reloading over 40 years ago I started with a 30-06 and 180 grain Sierra bullets. My loading equipment consisted of a $7.00 Lee Loader a can of powder, primers and a box of bullets. By coincidence they were 180 grain flat base Sierras for a 30-06 that I had at the time. I wasn't sure that I wanted to reload so I started on the cheap. Anyway they shot fine in spite of my ignorance and a lifelong love affair with reloading started.
Sierra started making bullets in 1947 in a Quonset hut in California. They stayed there until 1990 when they moved to Sedalia Missouri. In the last 60 years their line of bullets has expanded dramatically and continues to do so. They also produce a very helpful manual which a reloader would do well to obtain and read. It has over 1100 pages of information that every reloader needs. There is information for every level of reloaders. Sierra bullets have always bragged on their accuracy and for the most part I can verify that claim. Read more...
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